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mayoral

[ mey-er-uhl, mey-awr-uhl ]
/ ˈmeɪ ər əl, ˌmeɪˈɔr əl /
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adjective
having to do with the office or person of a mayor or chief official of a city, village, or town: A lunchtime discussion by the mayoral candidates will focus on education funding.
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